Craig Anderson
G OTT
10 hours ago

Anderson will start in goal Thursday night against the visiting Lightning.

EDGE Analysis

Anderson has crafted a 17-18-5 record along with a 3.21 GAA and .903 save percentage, which represents a huge step back from his 2016-17 campaign consisting of 25 victories and 2.28/.926 ratios. It should be tough sledding for Anderson against the league's top offense Thursday, but it's worth noting that the Bolts will counter with backup netminder Louis Domingue.

Craig Anderson
G OTT
3 days ago

Anderson allowed five goals on 41 shots during Monday's 5-2 loss to Nashville.

EDGE Analysis

The veteran has now allowed three goals or more in 12 of his past 16 appearances for eight wins, a .910 save percentage and 3.44 GAA. While the eight victories are helpful, continuing to pile up wins with a below-average save percentage will probably prove difficult, and there's also a strong chance the Senators unload talent ahead of the trade deadline. Anderson should continue to receive the bulk of starts for Ottawa, and his huge workload does carry value in deeper settings. However, pinpointing when he's going to have a strong performance could prove difficult.

Craig Anderson
G OTT
4 days ago

Anderson will tend the twine against the Predators on Monday, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.

EDGE Analysis

Anderson will be making his seventh consecutive appearance between the pipes. In his previous six outings, the netminder has earned a 4-0-0 record, despite a subpar 3.19 GAA. Depending on format, some owners will be happy with the wins, regardless of how many the Illinois native allows to find the back of the net -- although the high number of goals allowed makes him a riskier option in the majority of fantasy contests.

Craig Anderson
G OTT
5 days ago

Anderson allowed three goals on 38 shots in a 6-3 victory over the Rangers on Saturday.

EDGE Analysis

It's been a really rough season for Anderson, but he continues to trend in the right direction. He is 5-2-0 with a .921 save percentage in his last seven games. Anderson has now also won five straight decisions. Salvaging this season as he appears to be doing is the best Anderson owners can hope for at this point.

Craig Anderson
G OTT
6 days ago

Anderson will guard the home net Saturday against the Rangers.

EDGE Analysis

Anderson owns a 4-0-0 record over his last six appearances, but sandwiched in the middle was an outing in which he was yanked after allowing three goals on 10 shots. His last two efforts -- one of which came in relief -- have been particularly impressive and he will attempt to build off of them Saturday against a Rangers team that's in sell mode as the trade deadline approaches.

Craig Anderson
G OTT
1 week ago

Anderson made 23 saves on 25 shots in an overtime victory over the Sabres on Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

Though Buffalo has been one of the worst offenses in the NHL this season, Anderson will take anything he can get at this point. Though the 36-year-old has four wins and zero losses in his last six outings, Anderson came into this game with a 3.20 GAA and a .903 save percentage.

Craig Anderson
G OTT
1 week ago

Anderson will guard the home crease Thursday against the Sabres.

EDGE Analysis

Anderson has appeared in each of the last four games, but he has not factored in the decision for either of the last two. He's technically riding a three-game winning streak into Thursday's matchup and faces a Sabres club averaging just 2.55 goals per game on the road this season.

Craig Anderson
G OTT
1 week ago

Anderson stopped 17 of 18 shots after entering in the second period of Tuesday's 6-3 loss to Pittsburgh.

EDGE Analysis

This was a solid relief showing from the veteran after being pulled in his most recent start against Toronto. The Senators are doing little to help Anderson, and his .903 save percentage and 3.20 GAA are low-end marks. Additionally, with Ottawa already beginning to sell off assets ahead of the trade deadline, it's likely Anderson's fantasy setup only gets worse moving forward.

Craig Anderson
G OTT
2 weeks ago

Anderson was pulled in the first period of Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Maple Leafs after giving up three goals on 10 shots.

EDGE Analysis

The Leafs came out of the gate hard and fast, and the Sens had no answers. The loss snapped a three-game winning streak for Anderson, who has suffered through a relatively forgettable 2017-18. His numbers remain depressed overall and at 36, his game may have taken a downward turn.

Craig Anderson
G OTT
2 weeks ago

Anderson will patrol the crease in Saturday's game against the Maple Leafs.

EDGE Analysis

After a rough patch at the end of January, the Senators have bounced back to win four of five games in February. Anderson is riding a three-game win streak, where he allowed three goals on over 30 shots in each contest. However, the Maple Leafs won't be handing out any favors, as they enter Saturday's matchup winning six of seven games and scoring at least three goals in each win. Therefore, Anderson could be a risky start in this Atlantic Division outing.